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U-JOUNT ON CHEV 1500 2 WHEEL DRIVE CAN,NOT FIND ENEY C CLIPS INNER LOOKES LIKE THERE SOME TYPE OFROLLER PINS HOLDING THE JOUNIT IN???

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GM uses injected plastic locks on OEM joints. After you drive the joint out, you can use the internal "c" clips supplied with the new joint and don't have to do anything further with the factory locks..

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